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Hey I just sniped you, and it was easy, So here's my celly, I'll Yakupov maybe


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#1 OFFLINE   MightyPanthers

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Posted 25 January 2013 - 05:39 PM


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#2 OFFLINE   damned

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Posted 25 January 2013 - 06:08 PM

Heh, not my style, but if it's his, good on him.
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#3 OFFLINE   tonyd316sdmf

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Posted 25 January 2013 - 06:11 PM

I facepalmed myself so hard due to the thread title that I should probably seek medical attention for blunt force trauma
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#4 OFFLINE   damned

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Posted 25 January 2013 - 06:12 PM

I facepalmed myself so hard due to the thread title that I should probably seek medical attention for blunt force trauma


I gave him a +1 for it! Made me giggle.
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Posted 25 January 2013 - 06:12 PM

Then again your post made me giggle ..... so +1 for you as well!
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#6 OFFLINE   Craig Simpson

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Posted 25 January 2013 - 06:33 PM

Its the raw emotion he shows that I really like. As long as he doesn't start doing the "hot stick" thing like Ovechkin, I'm good with it.
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Posted 25 January 2013 - 06:37 PM

Its the raw emotion he shows that I really like. As long as he doesn't start doing the "hot stick" thing like Ovechkin, I'm good with it.

Agreed
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#8 OFFLINE   Mishey22

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Posted 26 January 2013 - 06:18 PM

Yeah, that's the big difference between what Ovie did and what Yakupov did. Heat of the moment and not premeditated.

I thought it was a GREAT celebration!
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Posted 01 February 2013 - 05:56 PM

I was curious as to how many Oiler fans that took issue with Fluery's celebration, found this one to be a bit more palatable.

Granted, there is a big difference between a rookie celebrating his first goal versus just your run-of-the-mill primadonna.
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#10 OFFLINE   Craig Simpson

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Posted 01 February 2013 - 07:51 PM

I didn't have a problem with Fleury's celebration, even though I hated him a lot at the time. We ended up winning the series, so it really didn't matter to me.
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Posted 01 February 2013 - 09:14 PM

I was curious as to how many Oiler fans that took issue with Fluery's celebration, found this one to be a bit more palatable.

Granted, there is a big difference between a rookie celebrating his first goal versus just your run-of-the-mill primadonna.


I would like to know too. But I thought Nail's celly was way too much. It was a tieing goal, and it wasn't even his first was it?
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Posted 01 February 2013 - 10:43 PM

I would like to know too. But I thought Nail's celly was way too much. It was a tieing goal, and it wasn't even his first was it?


Situationally, it was HUGE. The Oilers had been getting screwed all night by the refs, including a goal that was called back a minute prior that should have tied the game. Then, with 5 seconds left, he pops one in to send it to OT. The emotion and the crowd at that time made it really easy to understand how excited the 18 year old kid was and I thought it was totally understandable. He didn't rub it in anyone's face, he was just really excited, and even more so because of the situation of the game. I don't get why people get all cranked up about celebrations like that. It wasn't the "hot stick" nor was it shooting the gun at the goalie or opponent's bench. How many people got up in arms for Selanne's gun shooting celebration in his rookie year?
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Posted 01 February 2013 - 10:46 PM

Situationally, it was HUGE. The Oilers had been getting screwed all night by the refs, including a goal that was called back a minute prior that should have tied the game. Then, with 5 seconds left, he pops one in to send it to OT. The emotion and the crowd at that time made it really easy to understand how excited the 18 year old kid was and I thought it was totally understandable. He didn't rub it in anyone's face, he was just really excited, and even more so because of the situation of the game. I don't get why people get all cranked up about celebrations like that. It wasn't the "hot stick" nor was it shooting the gun at the goalie or opponent's bench. How many people got up in arms for Selanne's gun shooting celebration in his rookie year?


I do see your point there. Both the 'hot stick' and shooting the goalie deserved an ass kicking, which one got, I supposed compared to those two it wasn't as much as a rub in, but I still find it a little too much.
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Posted 02 February 2013 - 03:36 AM

Situationally, it was HUGE. The Oilers had been getting screwed all night by the refs, including a goal that was called back a minute prior that should have tied the game. Then, with 5 seconds left, he pops one in to send it to OT. The emotion and the crowd at that time made it really easy to understand how excited the 18 year old kid was and I thought it was totally understandable. He didn't rub it in anyone's face, he was just really excited, and even more so because of the situation of the game. I don't get why people get all cranked up about celebrations like that. It wasn't the "hot stick" nor was it shooting the gun at the goalie or opponent's bench. How many people got up in arms for Selanne's gun shooting celebration in his rookie year?


A raw emotion from a kid who knows he scored his first of many game changing and important goals.

Nothing wrong with the celebration. We'd been getting screwed by the referees all night, disallowing not one, but two Oiler goals.
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